In this letter, written on blue paper with blue pen, Berenson thanks Frances for her letter, then remarks about how she feels that old age is creeping up on her. There are some red smudges on the reverse page.
In this letter, written on transparent paper, Berenson discusses his old age and his stay in Paris. There are watermarks on the paper, including a watermarked picture of an airplane and the words "P. M. Fabriano."
This clipping commemorating Drinkwater's death describes him as a "giant" of "the world of letters" and notes his death at the relatively early age of fifty five. The date is marked in pencil in the bottom right corner.